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Watch: Kevin Hart Adds a Killer 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner Restomod to His Bonkers Car Collection

The funnyman got a pair of custom Nikes to match, too.

It turns out, Kevin Hart is a man after our own hearts. The stand-up comedian, who reportedly has a net worth of approximately $200 million, has added yet another killer car to his ever-expanding collection of classic restomods.

Hart’s assemblage of 20 cars already includes a powerful riff on a 1959 Corvette and a beastly tuned 1970 Dodge Charger, to name but two. The latest addition is a custom take on a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner that pays tribute to ’80s slasher flick Halloween.

The handiwork of Salvaggio Design, the one-off has been christened “Michael Meyers” after the film’s notorious villain. This appears to be part of an ongoing theme: Hart’s custom Charger takes its name from the famous ‘80s horror movie Hellraiser.

Kevin Hart 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Hart with his custom Roadrunner “Michael Meyers.”  Salvaggio Design

Like the Charger, the revamped Roadrunner packs a frightening amount of power. Under the hood, there’s a 7.0-liter HEMI V-8 built by Gearhead Fabrication mated to a reinforced Tremec 6060 six-speed manual transmission that was specifically requested by Hart. Topped with a Whipple supercharger painted in Orange Candy satin, the mill can churn out a menacing 940 horses. Elsewhere, you’ll find a Magnaflow exhaust, a Dominator EFI, a DSE Gen-X 595 front suspension setup and Brembo’s latest six-piston brakes.

The ‘60s muscle also car received new bodywork, including a carbon fiber hood and flush-fitting bumpers, along with a fresh coat of high-gloss black paint that matches the all-black aluminum rims and classic “dog fish” hubcaps.

Inside, the cabin is colored black with orange accents to match the exterior. Fittingly, the hellacious muscle car is equipped with a knife-shaped stickshift inspired by a certain masked killer’s weapon of choice and sports “Michael Myers” on the dash in case you forget who’s the muse. It’s also fitted with a roll-cage, leather Recaro seats, original Dakota instrumentation and a custom billet steering wheel.

To top it off, Reymar Footwear created a custom pair of Nikes, a belt and a wallet for Hart that actually match the car.

Like we said, a man after our own hearts.

Check out more photos below:

Kevin Hart 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Salvaggio Design

Kevin Hart 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Salvaggio Design

Kevin Hart 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Salvaggio Design

Kevin Hart 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Salvaggio Design

Kevin Hart 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Salvaggio Design

Kevin Hart 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Salvaggio Design

Kevin Hart 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Salvaggio Design

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